These are for me: DIY glitter color-coded plugs, an answer to a great need: wire organization.
Entangled electronic wires are a time waster. Which wires are for what accessory: wires for the iPhone, the Kindle , the iPod, plus the speaker cords, computer wires, etc. They all look alike. To me at least.
Have that problem also?
photo credit: goradio.com
Glitter Nail Polish Comes to the Rescue
You’ll have fun allowing yourself to put glitter nail polish or otherwise glue glitter all over your various cords / device extensions.
searching for finding the right cord for the device that’s in your hand, you’ll have a smile on your face.
DIY iPhone charger with GLITTER: this is fun!
What You Need
|The first thing you will need is:
Glitter Nail Polish
How-to: if you are just going to use glitter polish, then do a layer at the time and let it dry.
|Optional Extra 1:
Glitter Powder for Nail Art
If you want to use glitter powder, your project will end up much more glittery, even if you use a plain color nail polish base.
|Optional Extra 2:
Rhinestone Gems for Nail Art
You can really have fun with rhinestones, and they are a bit addictive if you like bling. You can add them onto anything, … besides your nail polish of course.
|Nail Polish Top Coat
The last step is to seal the glitter and polish in place and make it more durable. With a layer of top coat nail polish.
Becoming a Glitter Pro ?
If you want to make a lot of these glitter plugs and are going to use a lot of glitter & polish, I recommend you get yourself proper craft supplies, which probably end up being more durable and less expensive :
Glue: which one is best depends on what surface you’ll want to attach the glitter to. This article sets out which glue is best for what craft job.
source: plug photo: unknown, but found via pinterest.com, where you can follow me, on the foot, step by step, one creative concept at a time.